Gossip Girl: The Complete Sixth and Final Season
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Six years after the first blast, Gossip Girl continues for an unforgettable final season. As season six opens, Serena is completely off the grid. Her friends fear the worst but hope for the best … yet even they can't imagine where they'll find her. Blair has offered Chuck her heart, but is it enough to help win back his empire? Dan has written a new book that promises to make more trouble than the first, and this time he has no desire to be anonymous, and Nate is determined to reveal Gossip Girl's true identity, thereby making a name for The Spectator - and himself. Plus, Lily and Rufus turn on one another when Rufus makes a surprising new ally. And when Bart Bass, Jack Bass and Georgina Sparks show up to raise hell, it's a fight to the spectacular series finale. Anywhere else it would be too much drama to handle, but this is the Upper East Side! So who comes out on top? That's one secret I'll never tell…. XOXO, Gossip Girl.]]>
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With that said, Season 6 had its questionable and downright hilarious moments such as never ending Chuck Bass family drama and Serena & Dan attempts to salvage the disaster that was their friendship and romantic relationship. But of course, it had its winning moments such as anything involving its main stars Chuck and Blair, zingers by Georgina and return of the one and only Uncle Jack.
Season 6 is laughable in parts, but its conclusion and five year flash forward was for lack of the better word, satisfying. I was genuinely happy to see a TV show conclude with lose ends tied up and conflict resolved because Gossip Girl was never meant to teach life lessons, provide moral scale or attempt to actually relate to average people. Everything about Gossip Girl always functioned on hyper reality for entertainment and fashion envy purpose.
The ending could have been much worse when you look at the last few seasons that descended into pure disaster. Season 6 somewhat cleaned up the mess and it concluded this crazy show I was obsessed with for years. My Monday nights will not be the same anymore.
However, the series finale was worth it. And what a shocker the identity of gossip girl was.....I have to say it was something I never in a million years saw coming. That alone was worth the $1.99 to watch the series finale. Too many series finales leave everything open (Sopranos), or make it completely confusing (Lost) and that just feels wrong, the Gossip Girl series finale did a great job of wrapping it all up with a nice little bow and I loved it. And they did something else I love, which was to sort of do an epilouge type thing where you get to catch up with the characters five years late. I haven't seen that done often, but I do love it, especially in a show like this one.
Goodbye Gossip Girl....you know I love you XOXO ;)
It had something for EVERYONE - male and female, young and old, alike.. With so many lead characters, one is BOUND to remind you of yourself. And, I guarantee you will relate to MOST plot lines!!
Six seasons..... I finished them in just 3-4 months.. Don't let this one pass you by!!!!!!!!!
The actual season, being only 10 episodes, was priced as though it was a full season of 22 episodes. It was extremely overpriced. I urge others to wait a year until the price drops. I will bet it goes down to about $8-$10.
The actual episodes..........eh. I found myself a bit disappointed with this season, I feel like they could have done so much more. And the last episode, I found so confusing. The whole scene with Dan and Serena are talking, since he didn't actually say that he was Gossip Girl, it made it so confusing. I didn't understand that the writers of the show were actually trying to say that Dan was GG until all of the characters were in the living room. I loved that Blair and Chuck got married and lived happily ever after, but I wish we would have gotten to see more of their happily ever after. To see Serena and Dan get married.......it just feels fake, I feel like she's gong to be divorced in a few years. I just found myself disappointed.
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Wow, is all I can say! I got hooked on GG from the very first episode! And the final season did not disappoint. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Molly Smith
Loved it, so glad evryone ended up with who they were supposed to b withPublished 4 months ago by Debbie Finley
I was bummed when I found out the show was ending. I loved this show!Published 4 months ago by M. Hill
I love this series, but in my season 2 there are 7 discs & I only have 6. I was disappointed in that, but I can always watch those episodes on Netflix. Other than that I love it! Read morePublished 5 months ago by MaryMegan
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